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24 March 2023

Micro Care Monmouthshire

Monmouthshire Council, in partnership with the Gwent Regional Partnership Team, have developed a supplementary way of delivering care and support in the community, by supporting people to become self-employed care workers. Recruiting home care workers in rural areas like Monmouthshire has historically proven a challenge. The pilot hopes to enable additional care capacity across the […]

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15 March 2023

Social care recruitment bus set to hit the road

A new recruitment bus that looks to help people take their first steps into the social care sector, is touring Gwent this year. Coinciding with World Social Work Day, the bus will set off on Tuesday 21 March, stopping outside Morrisons supermarket in Cwmbran between the hours of 10am and 2pm. Visitors to the bus […]

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7 March 2023

Social workers invited to Powys recruitment events

If you’re looking for a new opportunity in social work, then Powys County Council has some great opportunities. Social workers are invited to attend recruitment events to find out about the job opportunities across children and adult services. There are some great benefits of working for Powys County Council, including manageable caseloads, flexible working, dedicated […]

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March 2023

How a little bit of Welsh makes a big difference in Social care

From personal care, to help with day-to-day tasks, running activities or even just having a chat, workers in the care sector make a real difference every day to the lives of the people they care for. And a big part of offering quality care is making sure that, everyone has the opportunity to be cared […]

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1 February 2023

Mudiad Meithrin’s AwDUra project

At the end of April last year Mudiad Meithrin launched ‘AwDUra’ – a new project aimed at encouraging Welsh-language voices from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities to write stories for young children in Welsh. Two big names from the world of writing and publishing in Wales – Jessica Dunrod and Manon Steffan Ros have […]

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30 January 2023

Care in Gwynedd

    Cyngor Gwynedd has published a video as part of a campaign to attract more people to consider a career within the Social Care sector. The aim of the video is to promote the work opportunities in the care field and draw attention to the diversity that this special sector has to offer, here […]

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24 January 2023

Care Home Volunteers needed

An exciting new role has been created to make a real difference, it will match your skills and interests with those of care home residents to create a project with long lasting impact.   What will I be doing as a volunteer care home volunteer?   Working alongside an activities coordinator and art practitioner, you’ll […]

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8 December 2022

Children and Families Services initiative wins prestigious UK award

A County Council initiative which ensures Anglesey’s looked after children enjoy positive life experiences has won a prestigious UK award. The Cartrefi Clyd initiative has been awarded the 2022 Children in Care Award at the Children and Young People Now 2022 Awards for its success in providing looked after children with safe, caring and nurturing […]

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